Russian artist adds more colour to Penang cityscape

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  • Thursday, 03 Dec 2015

A slice of life: A visitor posing next to the mural inspired by a fortune teller near Lorong Lumut and Lebuh Tok Aka in George Town. — CHARLES/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: A once quiet corner between Lorong Lumut and Lebuh Toh Aka in the heritage zone here is now abuzz with visitors eager to see Russian artist Julia Volchkova’s latest work.

Many have come to pose with and photograph her 1.5m high mural of an old Indian woman doing a welcoming gesture which was completed over the weekend.

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